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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by spitfire3416, Aug 10, 2012.
How are these flyers I made up?
Most times your company name begins with a capital letter. Free cut, any stipulations on it? What happens if my lawn is a foot high will you still cut for free? Maybe some small print saying it will be a credit on you invoice.
Are the pictures of your work? I agree about capital letter. And if you're offering a free cut I would put in small print that it applies to 4th or 5th cut so someone doesn't hire you for the free cut and you never hear back.
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I would suggest any and all contact information, also if your Licensed/Insured.. References furnished upon request. Perhaps a better shot of the turf area, IE better elevation instead of looking at it from an ants perspective. Otherwise looks pretty good.
i think the logo looks good like that. i would have to agree that you should be careful with the free cut, i would include stipulations in small print, to avoid the person looking for the one free cut. and what if its overgrown? i like what somebody said, mabee the 4th or 5th cut free, or last cut free.. or something, so they have incentive to get that free cut by staying on as a customer.
yea I like that too, though I haven't had a problem with it yet.
I dont know if you have found anyone to do the printing, but check out A'deas Printing. We have a lot of specials going on now. www.adeasprinting.com. We have innovative ways and ideas to keep your piece and view and not in the lawn/trash. If you could like to get any pricing, or if you have any questions feel free to shoot me an email anytime, My name is glenda and my email is email@example.com
Good Luck, the flyer and logo look nice!
I like your logo the way it is with all lowercase. But I would scrtch the stock photos and put some in of your current work.
The "Key Word" in your statement is "Yet" I would listen to these guys who have been there & done that. People always have to make changes to Service Agreements cuz of an expeirience they have. These guys are tryin to help you avoid a bad expeirience. If the fine print is there, someone can't bad mouth your company for not cutting their 12" grass for free. If it states in fine print 4th cut Free, then you can give higher estimate for 1st cut of 12" grass & reg weekley mowing price. Plus like others stated someone may cancel after free cut, sayin they weren't happy with service.
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